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4 PRACTICES ARE
P BEFORE BIG TEN MEET
Y's Varsity trac~k tem will.
one of the y1eatest possible
whe~n it entrains for the In-'
'rence meet next Thursday;

More than 50 teams have been en-
tered in,~ the fraternity eight; lap r'elay
Imeet, the prelrniniaris of which Wvill
be held' at jT7''clock, ton ightt, orn, he
running; tr'ck in,-W'ater~nari gyirnas-
ium. The field is fast and is the pickk
of the fraternity speedsters.
All of the freshmnsetional groups
K'hare enetd agktegti-oi'in t6 I
first nn~aleight' lap relay met
which will be held at 7 o'clock,
tomorrow night at Waterman gymnas-
ium. The calibre of the. field has been

EIGHT BASKETBALL I he woke up in the dugout. Tihe hall urttL L
f i ha~d struck him on the left side of hi:r~ ,
[ IS H T ja~~~~w, knocking him unconscious. L T E Sn rtr. f N x t Y a '
Five Veterans rand Three ;Nw ,V en Basketball Five AeVomidfo arit Ies t't rs ;kitna1 d 'om or
ognition I 1:r
COURT INSIGNIA GIVES KTI(E I WCORDS OF PASI 1 t E Th
GRAND TOTAL OF ElIHT w"AGJM(tLSFIEi
f ighit Leers of Michigan's court 1iette panznr i <ithe 2
C q have 1seen recommended for schools all over Oeyivie o tco~ ut e ?^ri fQ ei
"M's" by Coach Mather, who announc- 'inter'schoflasti;I1.E ic e t to be hld2

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Coui~Sqad Fiishes Seventh
in Sea son O Ups And Downs.
a y :h ketal team son con Jan. 14, going down to defeat in
.'1: ~die~~~lInI seventh la ce iii the ;iialuminute of ploy whenl George
th (:l'c ~~vafe hoverIing in iaggrt shot a basket of the sensa-
te icu1)1f;1(;%_' uefor thet? ~(ionalvarlity. The Indian team led
rddel'pat aT -seso. ~ i1the !wayv buIt a,.late rally gave the
: t:rf ;,g the seasn with j)ut one' tWolverines victory. Dick Doyle start-
~i~ru I th pe: o of eore 1lag edhis first gamne for Michigan against
I . ',; ,;,-wh ele1, "; capLita"in, Coach thi llii, his playing giving him the
'ii 2. Mat he r (f eda team of Varsity berthI. Red" Cherry. also
~;Lin~pla i 'cn Loghttleir wiy came to the fore in this' battle, enter-
to th ,j)jstoailth aeafe the gamie as, a subs;titute anid hold1-
wiim Ithii' Li" I.the a ,only lug Po1 tter, itie Illinois ace, to one
~ 1y ifl t th aeset tandig wen CoaIch 'Mathier se=nt a rejuvenated
hwhgihlii an inuris ht te suadteam ag ainst the highly touted Hawk-
iTwo>O , C1r v('eincvri y eLami, using Doyle at Center,
il~ig he~a:,o' I <y ou o e was ChleryF at guard, and Deng at forward.
c.. laa Ahwhg~Y aterthefiist o-and1 the new combination gave I won-
ucs,. hery delaelit ater (derful exhibition of basketball, ed
end-id ng 1i1t, p vt to be t' n.c-' ing; the game five points ahead of the
_o, nLin tl,.,team l)lazY nd hlic; Iowans.
y.s 1C;kelybtfr th rI11i'[1.1:,1 l-1linneso;,ta then journeyed to Ann
ihe~XLOII I y], te (lona' dArlor a'nd lost to Mather's men in the
eC~te' 111)'OV:1wtheac ~~ :uIniost sensational game seen here in
shwd that te;,kpper will have aI years.. The Wolverines, were five
Qeedhetip-off im for the next porint behind with three minutes re-

luring the past week-end it has not kept a secret by the various manag-
San opportunity to practice be- ers in. charge of the teams and an in-
ise of th~e occupation of the Yost teresting contest is expected.
d house~ by the Union Fair and yes-
day afternoon when Steve's prote-. The second round of the all-campus
collected to hold a stiff workout foul shooting tournament will start
conitin o th fild ous flor1at .7 o'clock, tonight, in. Waterman.
ssuch that all plans for a real gymnasium, with 36 men scheduled to
.ctlce session had to be abandoned. compete for the initial honors.
a result the team will only have The mnen who. qualified for the sec-
afternoons in which to train be- ond round and will appear tonight are
e leaving for the meet and in ad- as follows: Yeakey, Sponseller, Ber-
ion willI not have a chance .to liin- key, 'Muscovichl, Wall, Friedman, Gun-
up Thursday before entraining. ther, Thompson, Roth, Thirlby, Brown,
Two Milers T1o Go Hilburger, Wilde, St. Aubin, Stein,;
his afternoon Coach Farrell will, Schwartz, M~Vaider, ,MKarp, 'Brooks, .P.
dl a npimber of workouts 'for ' the Gnsberg, Gluton, Ki'uger1,{ Chamber-t[
e relay" team, and milers, and thel lain, Taylor, Shepherd, Sonkin, Ras-(I
i lers. Purdy, Feinsinger, Loom-I nick, Louber,, Plavek Nagel,' Ruse, Lay-
Carsoni, Roesser, and Morton will] ely, BFrown,; Bernsteini, Gessner,' Lay.
to determine the makeup of the'-
e teanm. Four quarter .milers 'will \o basketball ga.mes will bey plated
bably be taken to the meet. Mike' tonight because of the fraternity re-
!nke, Bowen, Cochran, and .EverettL lay meet and the second round of the
of them~ milers, will also run a halfI all-campus foul shooting tournament.
e againtst time this afternoon, while
members of the team wishing to Bowlers participatinig in the singlesI
out for the two mile. run ,will, be and doubles of the all-campus bowl-
en an opportunity to eriter theI ing tournament should remem~ber that
nd. Two two-milers Will be taken, the first round matches announced in
the trip~. Ca sFi Sunday's Daily must be played off by
Wolverine CacsFi 5 o'clock, tomorrow night.
Michigan~ will enter the meet this
ek-end with a fair chance of taking I Entries are being accepted for the
championship against Illinois. andf annual all-campus bowling tourna-
ra. The Iowa team was added to ment, which will start soon at Water-
list of those favored to make aI man gynmnasiumn under .the direction
Md showimjg in the big cnrnivaij of Coach Barker. Men who wish to
en it all but downed Illinois in a can report to Coach Barker at the
i1 meet at Iowa City Saturday night, wrestling mat in' the 9y mfasiun 'f or
ng out by only two points. Iiinois, instruction until the tim of the mee.
a goodchance of comi' g" olk wl r, r .b !sfom~io~ a~ a
while the Wolverines can be de- important points catn be learned by
ded upon to press the leaders, if attending the classes which Botcher is
to wi themselves. With a three 4directing for the freshmen and men
nered ace for honors in sight anyl not on the Varsity - cuad.
of the three teamns may win by a' Freshmen wrestlers will display
[g wil roabyontrt.tamtheir wares in the first annual fresh-
JIchianwil pobaly enera tamman wrestling meet in the. near fu-.
sistink of over twenty men in her,
empt tg take first hoane( .t
.ikely teat the ,points accruing from l-1.~ 9tbt'el are d
w'd andfourth g places will determineinteresting meet is expected. Entries
winne toaaelarge d grep.ted atarthe qn-trffpe xjuj i

ed the list yesterday.
The men to receive the Varsity
award are Captain Birks, Harry.Kip-'
ke, George Haggerty, Bill Henderson:
~Roy Deng, Dick Doyle, Bus McWood,
and Ken Morgaridge. ;Included in the
roster of letter men are three guards,
three forwards, and two centers.
Three of the men will be on the
ground when the curtain lifts on next
year's activities. Captain-elect Hag-
gerty, Doyle, and Morgaridge are elig-
ible for competition for further bas-
ketball at the University.
In winning his basketball "M," Marry
-Kipke earned his eighth "M," having
I 'reviou~ly captured three in football
two in basketball, and a pair in base-
ball.' He i .;sractically assured of an-
other letter on the diamond this spring
which~ wil binghim the record-break-
ing 'tct'ar of ninhe Varsity letters in
three years of competition. Haggerty is 1'
alsoa :a 46eb~i' .letter, men, ihaving
made the grade last year, as well as
earning a letter. on the court.. Dick'
Doyle will go out for Steve Farrell':-
track team, and will attempt to make
his way to another "I," by putting the
shot. at which. he is adept. Deng will
try out for the baseball .team along
with Kipke. Both these men play th:
outfield.. Haggerty should also mak
his letter in baseball, as he held down
an infield position in fine style lasti
year, and is likely to take the same
job in the coming campaign.
Miller Is Strong
MdnOfBaseball.
Hack Miller, Chicago Cub outfi elderj'
and slugger,, is without a donubt the
strongest man in baseball toda I
"If Samson had much on fim I
would have liked a ringside seat';when
S ~ soi put on his stuff," says, Rube
Mai4quah~, Brave pitcher. Robe saw
Miller perform several times las sea-
One of Miller's favorite stunt' is to
buta { i4e eteen his teeth a d let
An~d Hack. is modest abou his
stre~4tg' sjf3s)Rube. "He pou~ts to
his father as the real strong magi and
tells how the elder Miller can clasp his
hands in front of his chest and ,, esist.
the efforts of two teams of Horses
hitched to his two elbows to pul~l his
hands apart. "
Miller's name came up when Mar-
guard told of the second injury he has
suffered since his debut in the big
show 16 seasons ago. Miller was the
inijfntentional cause.
Rube was pitching against Millerf
and his :cub mates in the Cub park
at Chicago last season." It so happen-
ed, Rube says, that two women in light
{dresses were directly back of Miller
as Maruard pitched to him. Rube was
wvorking with a .new ball. He hooked
one over for Hack and the slugger
s w'ug at it. j1arquard lost the ball
against thie background of, the white
dreses and the nexct thing he knew

The evenlt will be ' held under "thiie
direction of the athletic assoiio..
In the past some star performersihav:
,attended the meets and( the maurkcs ret
have been of a high calib er.,
Suich nmen asJoe Hoer, :Joe 1Loo11-1
Iis, Harry Helm, Frankl' Foss, Jlot
StuadFakLo i aeentered in the mneets in years g;onae i by
and every time the afaris tgl
there are men of, the sam.re ability in:
the various events.4
It is e.Npect(d that rep1resenttiv es
from all over theo ntdSttswl
(meet in the anrnual aiffair, as ti.; L-
fair is regarded h)ighly in tr c circles
clue to th)e calibre of the t( tsta
Chave ecompleted in]2)former 'year,!,.
The athlete(,s wi Il be takencaretf.b
a spec (Ial comm1i1ttlanf nll Limnent
"will be providled du:ringv;theeniesy
of the completingosarv ho, .l1)
quartered in fratern'ityj hou>,es. ~ia
arrangements will he aounc~i sm
time in the near futur.

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wo seaons. ~ng, ho played hi0 maining to play but scored three bas-
irs season for the Wolverines, will!I kets in succession and nosed out the
In lost Orthesquad as he graduates Gophers by one point, taking the lead
n june.. inIthe standing.
icinopndthe seaIson with j, The Aggies were then beaten at Ln-
__t 'C5O~thee University of Cmn- I sig and then the team went on its
annai v K nd . ._.XA.quintet, first tripl of the season. Chicago won
UK. ing the holida tour undt then drop- 20-18, when Dickson scored on n-
v!l a Aird fought contest to Notr overhand shot. Cherry was declared
Dam',atSoth fiend, a fte2r the gamne out after this gamne and the' W~olverine
had ~avanedto two extra playing dropped an easy game to Minnesota.
PO! :o;. Returning from the trip, lMather's men
~ieh-jii penOi her home season defeated the Purdue five in a decisive
with ~ Ih ihign Aggie five, taking 1 fashion, but lost the, next game to

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Star forward on Michigan's team for -

Two years, kiaggert Inas beeni choseni c_________
-by his teammates to act as captain m
next year. He is one of the first court PIAj OlK n
men in the Big Ten and is an almost
sure choice for All-Conference honors.
Yankee Is Stroke TO___ % DL)Jt
In Oxford Shedl Del Pratt, Ann Arbor's only 'rere-
sentative in the major leagues, h-es re- I
ported to Ty Cobb at the Tigers' ri i-
Oxford's crew will again be stroked ing camp at Augusta, Era., afteris o
by the American, W. P. Mellen, in the journ at Hot Springs, 'anid rcam
race with Cambridge on the Thameal himself to b~e in perfect condition.
this year. There will be no other; Pratt is sure that he can hold dV
Yankee in either shell, it. K. Kane, 1the second base position onl the 1e
i wo was No. 4 for Oxford~ in 1923totnnet,1eao ih h ~~
jha v illg iven up rowing after several tot iethseasoin veyidence'wen
poprtayesi v(eco1 I1 cars of it at Harvard- and Oxford.F
M Velln was one of tOe thoui And~" vntdaludte eq.n ak ~
. suffering from influenza in Britain for °'.ai~e~ai~t 4ws
.the last fortnight, brit he now hals re-'--Cobb I)s loopiig to- 'att s~\
I-turned tp his place in the shell. The ti" his team this ycam- as he
'ace will )e rowed as usual over tiie I "th<,i cadid~ates for the job that o
course -ram Putney to Mortlake, on hd to him. Pratt isa cis~e
~April 5. :))Of) hittcr, and is eletdt o4
- t~ -- ut the -Tigers' twtrecking (;:t'eW th
BloQnington, Indiana, March 1. year. Although an a,.ed \ etem.1 n'
Aprxmtl ,0 ae tdns bs 1,e, Dlhste ve hv participated in intramu ral ,spots ni Mini- to)satisfCoibbs rccluircent .!
jd(uring thQ first semester, intramural.) -----
di rector., Schlafe (declared yesterd-y. Catd iifdg, iy1s.,Marc h +_1E.-S-
- (lots at Hiarvard university r eeen14$l
-Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. inaugurated a Democratic club. i
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thei ;, , aers 'Iuto camp only after a Indiiana when Lorber shot a ban ket
i'a A iht-a. The Wolverine five seem- { fromn the center of the floor, giving the
etolack the finesse which miade its! visitors a one point victory.
appea rance afte-r the Conference sea-: Mrichigan was still in the race when
s-on got under way. This was the*- th:e team Journeyed to Purdue, but the
Oa st basketball game to he played in Boilermakers wvon by three points.'
the Yost field house. The Wolverines seemed to be on their
Illinois, fresh from her victory over' way to victory, holding the Purdue
Ohio State; opened the Big Ten sea- (Continued on page eight).

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rela§ team which was not enter-I
In the ;Ilinois relays, aid . asotll
milerg who-did not enter the e the"
rival are being sent in the hopeI
they will gather in the tail end
es if noth~ing- better and the Maize
Blue tracksters are prepared tol
:e the'f hardest struggle ever put
by a M~/ichigan aggregation in.an
mpt- to hold on to the Big-Ten,
'pionship.
ie squad will leave Thursday af-
oon, accompanied by 'Coach, Far-,
the trainer, and the manager, ar-
nig in Chicago Thursday night. Fri-
they will participate in the trials
Saturday night in the finals, the
t taking place in. Patten Gymnas-
Evanston. They will return to
zArbor Sunday afternoon.
ncinna.ti, March 10.-Under the
pices o the Cincinnati _'"Wildcats",
'nternational Y. M. C. A. basketball
nament will be held here on Mar.
28, and 29. ~
atronie Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

race for the fraternity all-around at:
letic efficiency cup when the points
earned in the recent foul shooting tou-
rnament were awarded. Beta Theta
IPi continues to hold second place and
i eing closely pressed by Phi Sigmia
Kappa. Phi Sigma Delta, by winning
the latest Intramural sport for the
fraternities, jumped into third place,
displacing Alpha Rho Chi.
It is likely that Phi Sigma Kappa
will assume the lead when the points
Ithey earned in the bowling meet are
added to their present total, although
B eta Theta Pi will receive a. number
also, from the same event. I
Itarvard M ay Shorten Schedule
Cambridge, Mass., Mar. 10.-The
faculty of Harvard are seriously con-
sidering the reduction of the athletic
schedule so as to allow only 'one ~foot-
ball game each season, that to be pla-
yed againsti Yale, "accordiug to the 're-
port of the secretary of the univer-2
sity.

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